As Digital Citizenship & Literacy becomes more important in schools, it’s necessary for educators to become more familiar with the current best practices, legal requirements, and lesson plans. 77 more words
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The Digital Citizenship Summit is excited to announce a new partner, Digital Drivers License (DDL) out of the Kentucky Department of Education. The DDL believes that the idea of being a good digital citizen becomes more important as schools start to adopt 1:1 initiatives, get more comfortable with students bringing in their own technology and use various technology as a part of the learning process. 308 more words
I will be designing instruction on digital citizenship for different grade levels as our school implements a district-wide 1:1 initiative this fall. I am currently focusing on the 4th and 5th grade students as I think they will likely be incorporating interaction online more quickly than the younger students. 240 more words
We are excited to announce Susan M. Bearden as the moderator for the Digital Citizenship Summit on October 3, 2015.
Susan is a passionate advocate for teaching digital citizenship and is dedicated to facilitating best practices in education technology to support teaching and learning. 179 more words